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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA gives Chile and Romania stadium bans, fines many Latin American FAs

Poland's Robert Lewandowski was caught in the explosion of fireworks in a game at Romania last month.

Chile and Romania have received stadium bans from FIFA, as the world governing body issued fines to a number of national football associations on Monday, including many for anti-gay chants in Latin America.

FIFA ruled that Chile will not be allowed to play their next two World Cup qualifiers at their home stadium in Santiago, while also giving out fines to Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Panama "for various incidents involving unsporting conduct by fans, including homophobic chants...

Greece apologise to Bosnians for fans' Srebrenica banner

Greece and Bosnia-Herzegovina played to a 1-1 draw on Sunday.

Greece football officials have apologised to the people of Bosnia-Herzegovina after a fan's banner referred to the Srebrenica massacre at a World Cup qualifying match.

In a statement on Monday, the Greek football federation condemned the "unacceptable posting of a banner with fascist content... which it condemns in the most absolute and categorical way."

A banner with the slogan "Noz, zica, Srebrenica" ("Knife, wire, Srebrenica" in Serbian) was displayed among Greece fans during the teams' 1-1 draw...

 By PA Sport

England under-21 thrash Bosnia and Herzegovina 5-0

Tammy Abraham scored twice as England under-21 beat Bosnia 5-0.

England under-21s sealed an unbeaten qualification campaign for Euro 2017 in style with a thumping 5-0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Tammy Abraham's brace and goals from John Swift, Josh Onomah and Duncan Watmore ensured victory in Walsall for the Young Lions, who had already already reached next year's tournament in Poland as Group 9 winners.

Interim manager Aidy Boothroyd made nine changes, including starting Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish and handing Abraham a full debut following Thursday's...